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August 2019

Modus Collection

For the latest Collection brochure for Modus, we were required this time round to imbue their newest and classics pieces with a softer more domestic feel. Shooting with the tried and tested team of photographer Jake Curtis and stylist Laura Fulmine, we art directed the images across 3 days over in an old biscuit factory in East London.

August 2019

Marmelo

Marmelo is a sustainable catering company and restaurant based in Leyton and headed up by its founder and cook Natalie Stopford. We initially becoming aware of it through Nat’s photographer partner Leandro Fahrina, and subsequently have been using Marmelo regularly to keep us fed and watered when on shoots. We have been working over the past year to define the brand, and to rationalise its visual identity across website, packaging and customer-facing items.

July 2019

Fred Perry Q3 Zine 2019

Fred Perry’s Q3 Zine is out now. With plenty of photography shot by Jon Gorrigan and art directed by StudioSmall, the tabloid also focuses on the brand’s first collaborations with the Japanese label Akane Utsunomiya, the menswear designer Nicholas Daley, as well as introducing the new Fred Perry Championship – a new national youth tennis tournament due to debut in early September.

July 2019

Sir Kenneth Grange

To celebrate the 90th birthday of product designer extrordinaire Sir Kenneth Grange, we created a bound set of postcards and posters to accompany an event marking the occasion at Margaret Howell in Wigmore Street. Working alongside illustrator Tom Rowe and copywriter Oliver Marshall, we highlighted several of his most seminal designs … Think the Intercity 125; The Kodak Instamatic 233; The Anglepoise Type 75; The Kenwood Chef, and the London Taxi TX1. Happy Birthday!

June 2019

Henry Poole

We recently worked with the Savile Row tailor, Henry Poole to update its packaging. The brief was to make the range more sustainable while at the same to promote the prestige and quality of the brand’s rich heritage in bespoke tailoring and court dress for over 200 years.

June 2019

Modus VWork

VWork is a flexible workspace solution of furniture, named after its distinctive V-shaped joinery. The system is another collaboration between Modus and designer Simon Pengelly and an evolution of the original VTable manufactured back in 2000. Designed using natural honest materials the desks, tables and benches are modular to facilitate how we work today – from group sessions to individual hot desking. Continuing our long working relationship with Modus, we designed the overall identity for the launch of VWork which extended across showroom graphics, general marketing and social media.

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